New Bern Civic Theatre presents Little Women (drama)

New Bern Civic Theatre’s Saax Bradbury Players & Rotary Club of New Bern.

Developed in the 1980s The Saax Bradbury Players were the first all teen troupe. Reinstated in 2009, they are gearing up for their third performance!

Adapted by Marisha Chamberlain

Directed by Jordan Daughtey, Produced by Jacob Fisher, Teen Mentor Krissy Boccia

Show Dates: July 13, 14, 20, 21, @ 8pm, July 15 @ 2pm
Tickets:  $14 in advance $16 at the door, $10 for students and Active Duty Military with ID

This version of Little Women is an updated and contemporary portrayal of the classic tale of self-discovery and sisterhood. The March sisters struggle to maintain their house and family while their father is away during the Iraq/Afghanistan War. This drama is exquisitely adapted from the time-honored Louisa May Alcott novel and explores the sibling rivalry and trials of adolescence of four sisters, passionate Jo, caring Meg, meek Beth, and the youngest and pampered Amy.

March Family- Back row left to right: Noah Auten (Mr.March), Hannah Moreland (Meg), Abby Snook (Jo), Gabi Boccia (Young Amy). Front Row left to right: Macy Watts (Marmee) and Holly Holder (Beth).

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Submitted by: Gayle Albertini on behalf of the New Bern Civic Theatre, 414 Pollock St., New Bern. Box Office 252-633-0567, Office 252-634-9057

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